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Welcome to The Manifest Calendar of Events, where you can find upcoming trade and transportation events of importance. To add an event to the calendar, please click the “Post an Event” link to create an account and post your event information. It will appear on the calendar once it has been approved by our editors. Please contact our office if you have any questions or need assistance at CCPE-CITT@csulb.edu or call 562-985-2872.
All Events Starting From Saturday February 6, 2016
Monday
February
22
2016
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 4:00PM
Gain an overview of how international freight moves from source to destination, what transportation modes are involved in an international shipment, how companies are using integrated logistics to gain a ...
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Thursday
February
25
2016
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 6:30PM
The final capstone module will pull all that you have learned in the previous five modules together. This class will provide you with the tools needed for the final case ...
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Tuesday
March
1
2016
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 6:30PM
Module II - Transportation/Logistics Management Learn the essentials in all modes of transportation, both asset-based and non asset-based. Each session contains up-to-date, practical information delivered through innovative hands-on instruction, site visits, ...
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Monday
April
4
2016
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 4:00PM
Learn the essentials in all modes of transportation, both asset-based and non asset-based. Each session contains up-to-date, practical information delivered through innovative hands-on instruction, site visits, and case studies. This ...
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Tuesday
April
12
2016
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 6:30PM
This course provides an overview of the key decision makers involved in ports and their operations. It begins with a brief history of the development of port cities and international ...
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Thursday
April
14
2016
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 6:30PM
Ports play an integral role in international trade.  We’ll show how freight enters the port complex, and the processes involved before the goods leave the terminal gates on the way ...
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Tuesday
April
19
2016
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 6:30PM
The trade and transportation industry encompasses a variety of transportation modes and business functions performed by numerous entities involved in the transport of goods.  This class will explore career opportunities ...
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Wednesday
April
20
2016
CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation - 4:00PM
Gain a practical approach to the legal and financial issues relating to the International and U.S. domestic movement of cargo. Legal and financial issues relating to warehousing and distribution in ...
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Thursday
April
21
2016
EVENT REPEATS
Center for International Trade and Transportation - 9:00AM
When competing in today’s ultra-competitive global logistics marketplace, a well-trained sales professional with a solid sales process can often be the key to rapid revenue generation, long term customer relationships ...
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Friday
April
22
2016
EVENT REPEATS
Center for International Trade and Transportation - 9:00AM
When competing in today’s ultra-competitive global logistics marketplace, a well-trained sales professional with a solid sales process can often be the key to rapid revenue generation, long term customer relationships ...
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